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Of Good Report
Some time ago a man came into the Reception Room of the Administration Building of The Mother Church and asked if he could go through the Church. He explained that he was an architect from a western state and very much interested in the Church construction, although he was not a Christian Scientist. It was a Friday, and he was told that the Church was open to the public that day.
When he returned, he was enthralled and spoke of the Original Edifice as being a jewel without one flaw. Later in the day he again visited the Reception Room, saying that he had made a second tour of the Church and was so impressed with the outline of the two edifices that if he were making a blueprint of them, the Original Mother Church would be in the shape of a cross and the Extension in that of a crown. He then pointed to "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy and said, "Your symbol there is the idea, but with the crown above the cross."
OUR DAILY SUPPLY
ERIC W. CARR
ARE WE LISTENING?
JEANNE PAUL CHRISTENSEN
GOD, MAN'S ONLY LAWGIVER
DONALD R. LANE
MAN'S ETERNAL ONENESS WITH LIFE
DUANE T. YOULD
FISHERS OF MEN
"TO ALL MEN LIBERALLY"
MARION D. MAC CANN
THERE IS NO DANGER
NATHANIEL C. HILL
"LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR"
CHALLICE RANDOLPH WAHL
THE MORNING MEAL
Eleanor G. R. Young
"CRYING, ABBA, FATHER"
DOING OUR BEST
Helen Wood Bauman
Army life clean, constructive, when companions are God's ideas
Dorothy E. Clark
Changed concept of God and healing of acute indigestion
Edith G. Gilbertson with contributions from Alice Ulvin Sonnesyn
Pelvis injury healed by mental means alone
Love proves no separation. Peace from reading textbook
Henry R. Castleton
Healed of kidney trouble and eczema, as thought clears
Fear at the root cast out; malignant growth vanishes
J. Olive Rowe with contributions from Bernard A. Rowe
Thought cleared, Skin trouble goes
Margaret M. Jackson
Understanding heals grief, also fear of thunderstorms
Business restored to normal. Medical verdicts reversed
Archibald S. Grinalds
Signs of the Times
with contributions from H. A. Hagemeier